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<Default> <callManagerGroup> <members> <member priority="0"> <callManager> <ports> <ethernetPhonePort>2000</ethernetPhonePort> <mgcpPorts> <listen>2427</listen> <keepAlive>2428</keepAlive> </mgcpPorts> </ports> <processNodeName></processNodeName> </callManager> </member> </members> </callManagerGroup> <loadInformation6 model="IP Phone 7970">SIP70.9-2-1S</loadInformation6> <authenticationURL></authenticationURL> <directoryURL></directoryURL> <idleURL></idleURL> <informationURL></informationURL> <messagesURL></messagesURL> <servicesURL></servicesURL> </Default>
Breeder wrote: ↑Wed 31st May 2017, 21:30 I don't understand how you can two files named XMLDefault.cnf.xml and XmlDefault.cnf.xml in the same folder.https://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Ast ... o+7970+SIP
Due to inconsistent coding by Cisco, different firmware may look for different case-sensitive versions of this file. You should have both XMLDefault.cnf.xml AND XmlDefault.cnf.xml.One starts with XMLD the other XmlD. ;-)
If your pc won't allow you to store two file names that contain different cases, try with XMLDefault.cnf.xml first and if it doesn't work, rename it to XmlDefault.cnf.xml and try again.
Breeder wrote:Also the instructions mention a file:No, what do the logs say?
Do I need that? I've tried it with both XMLDefault.cnf.xml and XmlDefault.cnf.xml and it doesn't upgrade the firmware.
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